Lizzy Borden - Deal With The Devil

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Release date: 10 October 2000
Style: Heavy metal


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01. There Will Be Blood Tonight
02. Hell Is For Heroes
03. Deal With The Devil
04. Zanzibar
05. Lovin' You Is Murder
06. We Only Come Out At Night
07. Generation Landslide
08. The World Is Mine
09. State Of Pain
10. (This Ain't) The Summer Of Love
11. Believe
12. We'll Burn The Sky [Scorpions cover] [Japanese bonus]

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"Master Of Disguise" was a great album but not much of a commercial success. Following a lengthy tour and a year-long hiatus, the band officially broke up when grunge supplanted heavy metal as the most popular rock format. The band lay low for most of the 90s and finally, when metal seemed to be enjoying a revival towards the end of the decade, got back together to release "Deal With The Devil" in 2000. With regards to "Master Of Disguise", Lizzy Borden upped the heaviness quite a bit, but the overall timbre of the album has not changed too much, likely due to Elliott Solomon's return to the producer's stool. The result is a healthy mix of "Love You To Pieces" meets "Visual Lies" meets a punchy production. Of course this does not leave a lot of room for innovation but the band still manages to come up with a few original ideas.

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